Transcript: Emily Manley 5/1/2012 8th Period In August I said, "But we will have a worksheet to do!" We were taught this because it gets peoples attention! August! What I Did in March! In August I put "People always follow you around." Starting Sentences With But! In March I did not put "but" at the beginning of any sentences! Here is a sentence from March "First people would follow you all around!" We were taught this because Ms.Rodd says these are conjunctions, words that connect ideas. End of the year PowerPoint!! Starting sentences with but is a major mistake! This is much better because it is not as boring as the one ba I put "but" at the beginning of the sentence because I did not know that we were not allowed to put "but" at the beginning. Transitions! "First, people always follow you around" MARCH!! A transition is a word that you put at the beginning of a paragraph. What I Said in August!! This is wrong because it is boring.
Transcript: When using a dictionary you need to look at the corner of the page to find the word your looking for. Parts of Speech nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections. How to answer a question Jesselle Salinas End of Year Prezi Mrs. Chapa-Leija The author's purpose/meaning is what the author is trying to say throughout the passage. What is the authors purpose/meaning The way to answer a question is by restating it then giving your response. A graphic organizer is used to classify ideas and communicate more effitively. Fill in the spaces with thoughts and/or ideas and go back to them when needed. 2/3 A The basic types of words that English has, for example, How to use a dictionary How to Use A Graphic Organizer
Transcript: New friends, and Old ones. Maybe next year will be better. Maybe I'll solve all of the problems i have now and be better in my mind. Maybe I'll make more friends who are helpful. Because everyone needs at least a few good friends. I may have not made any new friends, or have met new people, but I took time to realize not everyone benefits me in the way I and my future need. Some people just need to be let go. Any school year is going to be different than the last, so finding out all the cool things you're doing that years is very promising. Three concerts and two field trips! Needless to say, my year was very rewarding. As everyone starting in a new grade, I was nervous. The judgement was real and was possible with every move I had made. But, having good friends helps, because anything awkward you do, they understand. Getting Started Of course with everything fun, there is a lot of bad to it. Anxiety attacks happen ever so often because of fear of being judged by others on these trips, or during these concerts. Especially when you play a wrong note during performance, and you just feel that someone knows. But, with the help of good people, I felt better about how well everything else went. End Of The Year PowerPoint... Goals for A New Year. The First Day Of School The Good and The Bad..
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Transcript: Electron Responding Pro Composite subatomic particles (such as protons or atomic nuclei) are bound states of two or more elementary particles. For example, a proton is made of two up quarks and one down quark, while the atomic nucleus of helium-4 is composed of two protons and two neutrons Father of the scientific method Differing Masses Drop at Same Speed Conclusion The Galilean moons are the four moons of Jupiter discovered by Galileo Galilei around January 1610. They are by far the largest of the moons of Jupiter and derive their names from the lovers of Zeus: Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. They are among the most massive objects in the Solar System outside the Sun and the eight planets, with radii larger than any of the dwarf planets. The three inner moons – Ganymede, Europa, and Io – participate in a 1:2:4 orbital resonance. The four moons were discovered in either 1609 or 1610 when Galileo made improvements to his telescope, which enabled him to observe celestial bodies more distinctly than had ever been possible before. Galileo's discovery showed the importance of the telescope as a tool for astronomers by proving that there were objects in space that cannot be seen by the naked eye. More importantly, the incontrovertible discovery of celestial bodies orbiting something other than Earth dealt a serious blow to the then-accepted Ptolemaic world system, or the geocentric theory in which everything orbits around Earth. Galileo initially named his discovery the Cosmica Sidera ("Cosimo's stars"), but the names that eventually prevailed were chosen by Simon Marius. Marius discovered the moons independently at the same time as Galileo, and gave them their present names, which were suggested by Johannes Kepler, in his Mundus Jovialis, published in 1614. Newton's First Law Proton Galileo Con Describe the next steps Galaxy Three Types of Variables Experimental Idea 2 Pro In Aristotle's theory of motion, projectiles were pushed along by an external force which was transmitted through the air. His medieval successors internalized this force in the projectile itself and called it "impetus." This impetus caused the object to move in a straight line until it was expended, at which point the object fell straight to the ground. While objects projected through small distances may appear to behave in this manner, under closer inspection and when viewing projectiles traveling greater distances, it becomes clear that projectiles do not behave in this manner. During the Renaissance, the focus, especially in the arts, was on representing as accurately as possible the real world whether on a 2 dimensional surface or a solid such as marble or granite. This required two things. The first was new methods for drawing or painting, e.g., perspective. The second, relevant to this topic, was careful observation. With the spread of cannon in warfare, the study of projectile motion had taken on greater importance, and now, with more careful observation and more accurate representation, came the realization that projectiles did not move the way Aristotle and his followers had said they did: the path of a projectile did not consist of two consecutive straight line components but was instead a smooth curve. Now someone needed to come up with a method to determine if there was a special curve a projectile followed. But measuring the path of a projectile was not easy. Using an inclined plane, Galileo had performed experiments on uniformly accelerated motion, and he now used the same apparatus to study projectile motion. He placed an inclined plane on a table and provided it with a curved piece at the bottom which deflected an inked bronze ball into a horizontal direction. The ball thus accelerated rolled over the table-top with uniform motion and then fell off the edge of the table Where it hit the floor, it left a small mark. The mark allowed the horizontal and vertical distances traveled by the ball to be measured. Pro Neutron Atom Molecule Parabolic Motions It was another essential insight that led Galileo, finally, to his most remarkable conclusion about projectile motion. First of all, he reasoned that a projectile shot from a cannon is not influenced by only one motion, but by two -- the motion that acts vertically is the force of gravity, and this pulls the projectile down by the times-squared law. But while gravity is pulling the object down, the projectile is also moving forward, horizontally at the same time. And this horizontal motion is uniform and constant according to his principle of inertia. But could he demonstrate this? In fact, by using his inclined plane again, Galileo was indeed able to demonstrate that a projectile is subject to two independent motions, and these combine to provide a precise sort of mathematical curve. What would happen if, instead of rolling along the horizontal plane, the ball were now allowed to simply fall freely once it got to the bottom of the plane? If Galileo were correct about the
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Transcript: Cattle raising in Oklahoma during the twentieth century, as in the rest of the plains, moved toward improved breeds and more scientific methods of handling. Trail drives gave way to railroads, then trucks, and finally stock trailers. One effect of barbed wire and windmills was that Oklahoma stockmen could keep scrub bulls away from their cows and thus upgrade their herds. the Cattle Industry The cattle drive trails Cattle drives the Cattle Industry The cattle drive trails Texas cattle were first driven north across eastern Indian Territory to Missouri during the 1840s and 1850s after Texans found better markets for their cattle in St. Louis. They followed the Shawnee Trail from the Red River near Preston, Texas, into the Choctaw Nation and northeast to Boggy Depot, and then past Fort Gibson to the Grand River and north into present Kansas, where the herds turned east into Missouri. Where the word “cowboy” came from THE history of cowboys and the cattle industry. BEEF industry In the old days the cowboys worked the cattle to get them where they needed to go. Then they moved on to the train car to take them to get sold for meat products. Now in the modern days we use stock trailers behind pick ups, or semi trucks. The term "cowboy" did not become common place in America's vocabulary until after the Civil War when former soldiers, ex-slaves, fugitives, and others in search of jobs found work on Texas cattle ranches. The name cowboy was applied to those who worked with cattle and horses and the name was popularized during the 1870s by the pulp fiction writers of the day who made the cowboy a national hero. Before that time, those who worked with cattle were called by the Spanish term "vaqueros," or more commonly drovers or herders. Where the word “cowboy” came from the Cattle Industry The term "cowboy" did not become common place in America's vocabulary until after the Civil War when former soldiers, ex-slaves, fugitives, and others in search of jobs found work on Texas cattle ranches. The name cowboy was applied to those who worked with cattle and horses and the name was popularized during the 1870s by the pulp fiction writers of the day who made the cowboy a national hero. Before that time, those who worked with cattle were called by the Spanish term "vaqueros," or more commonly drovers or herders. In 2007, there were 97 million cattle in the United States. Total beef production in 2007 was 26.4 billion pounds of beef. Beef production per cow has increased from about 400 pounds in the mid-1960s to 585 pounds in 2005 meaning more business opportunities for producers and cost savings for consumers. Cattle raising in Oklahoma during the twentieth century, as in the rest of the plains, moved toward improved breeds and more scientific methods of handling. Trail drives gave way to railroads, then trucks, and finally stock trailers. One effect of barbed wire and windmills was that Oklahoma stockmen could keep scrub bulls away from their cows and thus upgrade their herds. Cattle transportation BY: KAYLEN RICE The cattle industry is one of the world’s most important agricultural enterprises. According to the United Nations, there were over 1.37 billion cattle worldwide in 2010. On a percentage basis, approximately 35 percent of these animals were in Asia, 23 percent in South America, 17 percent in Africa, 12 percent in North America, 10 percent in Europe, and 3 percent in Australia and Oceania. While this distribution is slanted toward Asia and South America, the livestock systems and uses of cattle vary substantially by location. Modern cattle industry Several thousand Texas cattle were driven over this trail until the Civil War began. By then, smaller herds of cattle were driven along military roads by the U.S. Army to supply posts in Indian Territory. When the Civil War ended, the only good cattle markets were in the East. Texans again began driving their herds over the Shawnee Trail. However, Missourians frequently stopped the drovers because their longhorns carried Texas fever, which killed domestic cattle. Cattle raising in Oklahoma during the twentieth century, as in the rest of the plains, moved toward improved breeds and more scientific methods of handling. Trail drives gave way to railroads, then trucks, and finally stock trailers. One effect of barbed wire and windmills was that Oklahoma stockmen could keep scrub bulls away from their cows and thus upgrade their herds. THE End. THE end. The end. The end. The end. Where the word “cowboy” came from The term "cowboy" did not become common place in America's vocabulary until after the Civil War when former soldiers, ex-slaves, fugitives, and others in search of jobs found work on Texas cattle ranches. The name cowboy was applied to those who worked with cattle and horses and the name was popularized during the 1870s by the pulp fiction writers of the day who made the cowboy a national hero. Before that time, those who worked with cattle were called by the
Transcript: YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!!!! Unfortunately, there is one way to break the deal: Don't lose hope! You can bounce back! Keys to a successful appeal: So, what will you need to do? How will you get there? It's not too late to turn it around! $500 in KIPP Bucks.... That's it, if you have that much now, you can buy your spot the next time you go shopping.... The Easiest Way to Get There.... We're Going to Atlanta If you get more than 10 Level 5 deductions after February 1st, the deal is off...you won't be able to go. NO REFUNDS! ...And... We want you there with us! The Journey Starts Now.... The Journey Starts Here... Show that you have grown a lot in the second semester: higher paychecks, better grades, more effort... Get letters of recommendation from those that have seen you grow the most. Put together a professional, persuasive presentation that will convince us you deserve to go on the trip. Keep your Grade Point Average 2.0, or higher "But what if I don't have big paychecks?" "But I have a negative balance!" "My grades are too low!" On your index card, write down at least three things you need to remember to help you earn the trip. You should keep that index card in the front of your binder to remind you throughout the second semester. Here is what it will take to earn the trip....
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